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What global automaker learned how to set up an assembly line by sending an engineer through an American auto plant as a tourist? And who was the only President before JFK to dance at his inaugural ball? Hear the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Toyota, JFK, Inaugural, Presidents, Dance
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Where are you when you travel “Second to the right, then straight on till morning?” And how did a tipped over test tube in 1910 ensure you a safer crash in an auto accident? Hear the Off Ramp Podcast with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: NASA)
Topics: Peter Pan, Safety Glass, Test Tube
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What adventurer’s stories might have been lost for all time if he hadn’t been imprisoned? And how long were Eva Braun & Adolph Hitler married? Hear the Off Ramp podcast with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons, Ethan Doyle White)
Topics: Marco Polo, Eva Braun, Trivia
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How did elevators turn society and real estate markets upside down? And what year is it right now in Ethiopia? Hear the Off Ramp Podcast with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: JamesEdition)
Topics: Elevators, Real Estate, Architecture, Trivia, Ethiopia
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Who was Barbra Streisand’s first choice to co-star in A Star Is Born (1976)? And how much of your brain do you really use? Hear The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Blondinrikard Froberg, Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Streisand, Elvis, A Star is Born, Human Brain
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What historic artifact is kept in a climate-controlled vault in hopes that one day its secrets will be revealed. And what superstar tried to storm the stage at the 1973 Oscars, but was restrained by 6 security agents. Hear the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Ostrograd, Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Watergate, Audio Tape, John Wayne, Oscars
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Originally wedding cake wasn’t eaten by the bride and groom. What was it used for? And what continent has more square miles than the surface of the moon? Hear the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Wedding Cake, Lunar surface, Moon
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What connection does the Catholic Church have with the Big Bang theory? And who is Bartholomew Richard Fitzgerald Smythe? Hear Stimulating Trivia with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Pablo Carlos Budassi, Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Catholic Church, Big Bang, Physics, Mr. Peanut
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What World War II leader’s grandfather was once known as “The King of Wall Street?” And what's the worst-ever toy-related environmental catastrophe? Hear The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Library of Congress)
Topics: Churchill, Wall Street, Jerome, Legos
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Recently, Britain's oldest pub closed for business. How old was it? And what performer has won more Best Actor Academy Awards than any other? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Oscars, Pub, Academy Awards, Ye Old Fighting Cocks, UK, England
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What was the Wicked Bible? And what world famous beverage began life as “Brad’s Drink?” Hear the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.  
Topics: Wicked Bible, Pepsi, Brad's Drink
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What’s Cupid’s name in Greek mythology? And what famous holiday song was once known as “Smile and Show Your Dimple?” Hear the Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith.
Topics: Cupid, Dimple, Easter Bonnet, Greek Mythology
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Why is a quarry on a remote Scottish island critical to the Winter Olympics? And who was the first United Nations delegate to receive a standing ovation? Hear Titillating Trivia on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Paul Hart, Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Olympics, Curling, United Nations
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Beyond humans, who builds the tallest structures? And how did Marcia recently reduce her chances of dementia? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Termites, Dementia, Cataract Surgery, Off Ramp
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Which U.S. President sent the first air mail? Which was first to visit every state in the union? And how many new species are there? Visit the Off Ramp. (Photo: Kristoferi, Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Air Mail, United States, Animal Species
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Which U.S. State Capital sits atop a dormant volcano? And what musical group has the most addictive songs? Answers on the Off Ramp podcast with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Volcano, State, Addictive Music
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What’s unusual about the snow being prepared for the Beijing Winter Olympics? And can you identify the Seven Seas? Hear the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: China, Olympics, Seven Seas, Beijing
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What beauty contest has contestants with curves, long eyelashes -- and 4 feet? And why do Sea Otters hold hands while they sleep? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp, with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Beauty Contest, Camels, Sea Otters
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What famous inventor survived 600 lawsuits by people claiming he stole their idea? How many kinds of SPAM are there? And what does SPAM mean? Hear The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Jonathunder Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Bell, Alexander Graham Bell, Telephone, SPAM
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An asteroid is heading towards Earth - how bad could it be? How big is the world’s largest asteroid crater? And what is Dead Wax? Hear the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Image: JPL Nasa)
Topics: Asteroid, Meteor, LP, Records
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Mind Over Matter Trivia. What inspired The Little Black Dress? And what 10-year period is the most pivotal in a person’s life. Hear the answers on The Off Ramp podcast, with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: GeishaBoy500, Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Little Black Dress, Life Passages, Coco Chanel
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113 Mind Bending Trivia. What Animal can we trace the word Vaccine to? And what Doll just entered the National Toy Hall of Fame? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp Podcast with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Dept. of Defense)
Topics: Toys, Vaccines, Bovine, Cow
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112 - Wrack Your Brain Trivia. Where on earth can you share your hotel with a giraffe? And what is Bugs Bunny’s real name. Hear the answers on the Off Ramp Podcast with Bob and Marcia Smith. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Africa, Giraffe, Bugs Bunny
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111 - Idle Brains Trivia. What seven actors have portrayed James Bond in the movies? And what South American city was the capital of a European empire? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp Podcast with Bob and Marcia Smith.
Topics: James Bond, Portugal, Rio de Janeiro, Movies
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110 Headline Trivia - How are Lava Lamps helping to make the Internet Safer? And what do you call a pig who recites Shakespeare? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Dean Hochman, Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Lava Lamps, Internet, World Wide Web, Shakespeare
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How did a Baptist lay preacher launch the Industrial Revolution? And Why Did Mick Jagger turn down an advance for his memoirs? Hear the answers in this episode of The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith (Graphic: Albrecht Durer, Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Thomas Newcomen, Steam Engine, Mick Jagger, Rolling Stones
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Which U.S. state has the most volcanoes? And what is Star Wars : Galactic Starcruiser. Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: G.E. Ulrich, USGS)
Topics: Volcanoes, Alaska, Star Wars: Galactic, Disney World
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What famous aspect of Football was invented by a deaf quarterback? And what is the largest animal to ever roam the earth. Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Gerald R Ford Presidential Museum)
Topics: Football, Huddle, Whale
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What animals communicate by farting? And what President saw a UFO? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Wikicommons media)
Topics: Farting, Flatulence, President, UFO
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What world famous historic monument was once nearly dismantled and sold for scrap? And what question can you never answer “yes" to? Hear the Answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Matthew T Rader, Wikimedia Commons)
Topics: Taj Mahal, Sleep, Trivia
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When tossed into the air, is a penny more likely to land tails up? Or heads up? And how did the witch in the original Snow White really die? Hear the Off Ramp, with Bob and Marcia Smith.
Topics: Penny, Coin Toss, US Mint, Snow White
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What U.S. National Park once competed to host the Olympic Games? And can the color of gray hair be reversed -- naturally? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Yosemite, National Parks, Gray Hair
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102 Patchwork Trivia What happens on a beach when lightning strikes dry sand? And what American President was a pioneer of branding? Listen to the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Lightning, Washington, Trivia, Off Ramp
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101 Engrossing Trivia Why did so many pirates wear eye patches? And how did they get horses to the Tokyo Olympics? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith.
Topics: Pirates, Eyepatch, Olympics, Equestrian Athletes
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100 Olympic Trivia Name the four new sports in the Tokyo Olympics. And when were the very first Olympic games played? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith.
Topics: Olympic Games, Olympics, Tokyo, Sports
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In 1981, America lost one of its greatest singer-songwriters, Harry Chapin, who wrote "Taxi" and "Cat's In The Cradle." A few weeks before he died, I not only interviewed Harry, I taxi'd him to a performance in my own car. Hear our conversation on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith..
Topics: Harry Chapin, Cat's In the Cradle, Folk Music
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We know the Chinese invented fireworks. But how did Italians contribute to America’s July 4th celebrations? And what are the only two animal species that wage war on their own kind? Hear Bob & Marcia Smith on The Off Ramp.
Topics: Fireworks, China, Arts, Trivia
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What’s the only river in the world to cross the equator twice? And how did Playtex help America win the space race? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Congo River, Playtex, NASA, Space Suits
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What famous toy company did novelist James Patterson once write for? And how do you tell the age of a fish? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith.
Topics: Toys 'R' Us, James Patterson, Fish Age
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What famous Rock star assembled the world's largest collection of Alamo artifacts? And how many of England's Kings ... were Queens. Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Alamo, English Monarchy, Homosexual, Queen
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How much total money - fake money - is provided in a standard Monopoly game? And what word is the same word in every world language? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Monopoly, money, TheOffRamp.show
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They're old school, but their sales are up. Why are mechanical pencils one of today's top selling items at airport newsstands? And what animal has the largest population on earth? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Mechanical pencils, Animals, The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith
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Why was Princeton, New Jersey once the hottest spot on earth? And exactly how long is a Moment." Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. www.theofframp.show
Topics: Princeton, moment, The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith, Moment, TheOffRamp
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How large is the world's biggest Rubik's Cube? And how many U.S. Presidents are buried in Arlington National Cemetery? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Rubik's Cube, Presidents
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What do Irish whiskey and modern communications have in common? And how can an apple, an onion and a potato all have the same taste? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Jameson, Irish Whiskey, Fruit, TheOffRamp.show
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What famous American used Morse Code when he proposed - in person - to his wife? And how does the Queen of England send coded messages to her staff? Hear answers to those and other questions on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Morse Code, Queen of England, TheOffRamp.show
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What part of the human body changes most after a year in space? And what impact did Marilyn Monroe have on the career of Ella Fitzgerald? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Space, Astronauts, Heart, Marilyn Monroe, Ella Fitzgerld
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Who was the first President to wear pants? And what do Halley’s Comet and the Life Insurance Industry have in common? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Presidents, Halley's Comet, The Off Ramp, Trivia
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Why can you thank Shakespeare for your bedroom? And what dog breed has the highest IQ? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Shakespeare, Dogs, Trivia, The Off Ramp
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Why do the hands of a clock move to the right? And what future U.S. President campaigned for his first election by giving voters rum, wine, beer and cider? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. ( Photo: Garonzi Stefania, WikiCommons) 
Topics: Sundial, Clock, Washington, Election, The Off Ramp
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What U.S. President coined the world's most famous coffee slogan? And what's considered the world's most livable city? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith.
Topics: Teddy Roosevelt, Coffee, Trivia, The Off Ramp, Livable Cities
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What computer keyboard symbol was first discovered in the ruins of Pompei - and was once the 27th letter of the alphabet? And what does "Semper Fi" mean? Hear the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith
Topics: Semper Fi, Ampersand, Keyboard, Trivia, The Off Ramp
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What great convenience of modern life was only introduced because of a labor dispute? What's an oenophile - and is there medication for it? Hear the answere on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia smith.
Topics: AT&T, Dial phones, Wine, The Off Ramp, Trivia
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What is the average life span of an NHL hockey puck? And which planet has the most gravity in our solar system. Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: NHL, Hockey Puck, Hockey, Solar System, Trivia, The Off Ramp
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How did the field of Medicine give us soft drinks? And what was the best-selling Rock ‘n’ Roll single of all time? Hear the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Soda Pop, Soda, Surgery, Medicine, Rock'n'Roll
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What American TV show broadcast the first interracial kiss? And what U.S. President secretly purchased people while serving in the White House? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: #Startrek, #James K Polk, #History
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What did Laughing Gas have to do with "Winning the West?" What barnyard animal can learn its name and and do tricks faster than your pet dog? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: #Nitrous Oxide, #Colt, #Pig
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Who was the first person of color to serve as a U.S. Vice President? And how long does it take a snowflake to fall to earth from its cloud? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Vice President, Snowflakes, History Podcast, The Off Ramp
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What music, which debuted at a 1742 charity event, remains wildly popular to this day? And what holiday was once synonymous with riots, burglaries and street gangs? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Handel's Messiah, Christmas, History Trivia
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In what modern day country was St. Nicholas born? And what charming Christmas tradition was actually introduced to improve efficiency? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: St. Nicholas, Santa, Christmas Cards
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With the exception of Elvis Presley, he sold more records than any other artist in history. Hear Bob Smith’s 1982 interview with country singer Charlie Pride, plus another hall of fame artist, Little Jimmy Dickens.
Topics: Charlie Pride, Little Jimmy Dickens, Country Music
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What modern Christmas tradition can be traced to the workshop of a famous inventor? And what popular Christmas song was actually written as a Thanksgiving tune?  Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith .
Topics: Thomas Edison, Christmas Tree Lights, Thanksgiving, Jingle Bells
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Cinderella's slippers weren't originally glass. What were they made of? And what are the top 3 best-selling toys of all time? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Cinderella, glass slippers, toys, trivia history
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What major university can trace its origins to the Telegraph? And why is a self-employed professional called a freelancer? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Telegraph, free lancer, trivia, history
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What does a barn in the English countryside have to do with the Pilgrims and Thanksgiving? Did anyone die in the Mayflower’s 1620 voyage? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Thanksgiving, Pilgrims, Mayflower, Presidents, Trivia
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When was the first published reference to a video call? You’ll be surprised! And who has won more Academy Awards than anyone else? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Video Call, Academy Awards, Trivia
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What do Cleopatra and the iPhone have in common? Who are the 3 most followed people on Twitter. And with the election over, where can you find the largest supply of alcohol in the universe? Hear the answers on the Off Ramp.
Topics: Cleopatra, Egypt, Twitter, iPhone, Alcohol
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What President never voted in an election until HE ran for President? How do astronauts vote from space? And when will be the longest day on earth? Hear the answers on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: JibJab) https://www.theofframp.show/
Topics: Presidents, Astronauts, Electoral College
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Wild Whimsy Trivia – Why do we carve pumpkins for Halloween? And what very unusual thing did the Apollo 11 Astronauts do upon returning from the Moon? Hear answers to these and other questions on The Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Pumpkins, Apollo 11, Moon, Haloween, Apollo 11, Customs, Haloween, Trivia, Bob & Marcia Smith
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Who was the most surprising person of note to recently renounce U.S. Citizenship? And 93.8% of this country’s population lives near one city -- name the city and country. Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: JibJab)
Topics: Iceland, Citizenship, History, U.K., Boris Johnson
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What great exploration mission to the New World focused on sex? And what great gift did famous French chef Alexis Soyer give to humanity? Hear the Care Free trivia answers. On the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: JibJab)
Topics: New World, Ponce de Leon, Fountain of Youth, Alexis Soyer, Soup Kitchens, History, Trivia
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What famous women’s skin moisturizer was invented by a lumberjack? What’s your best course of action if chased by a crocodile? And how are people dreaming during COVID? Hear the answers on Zig-Zag trivia. On the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: JibJab)
Topics: Lotion, Jergens, COVID, Crocodile, History, Trivia
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Numerous U.S. Presidents have served in the military, some as high as 4-Star Generals. Which U.S. President’s highest military rank was as a Private? Who spent 40 years as the only prisoner in a 600-cell jail? Hear answers to those and other questions on Roll of the Dice Trivia. On the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith.
Topics: Presidents, Lincoln, WWII, Rudolph Hess
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How did a printer’s problem in the summer of 1902 lead to today’s air conditioning? And what and where is the most expensive hotel in the world? Hear answers to those and other questions on Winding Road Trivia. On the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Jib Jab)
Topics: Printing, Air Conditioning, Hotels, History, Trivia
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What major American city’s name may have originally meant “Skunk” to Native Americans? What’s the greatest number of balls ever juggled by one person? Hear answers to those and other questions on Surprising Facts Trivia. On the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith. (Photo: Jib Jab)
Topics: Chicago, Skunks, History, Juggling, Trivia
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Queen Victoria is remembered for her very strict moral code. But what popular gambling game owes its first written rules to her? And what U.S. President said, “I would have made a good Pope”? Hear answers to those and other questions on the Off Ramp with Bob & Marcia Smith
Topics: Queen Victoria, RIchard Nixon, Presidents, Trivia, History
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Who employs more people than anyone else in the United States? And next to the automobile, what is the most widely used vehicle on four wheels.? Answers to those and other questions in this episode of The Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith. (Photo: Jib Jab)
Topics: Wal Mart, Employers, Vehicles, Trivia, History
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American history question: Who told Harry S Truman, “You’re the President Now!” And in an average game of NFL football, how long is the ball actually in play? Answers to those and other questions in this episode of The Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith. (Photo: Jib Jab)
Topics: Presidents, Harry S. Truman, NFL, Football, Trivia, History
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What bird lays an egg that can support the weight of a 240 pound person? And what dark secret did American patriot Patrick Henry hide beneath the floor of his house? Hear answers to those and other questions in this episode of The Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith.
Topics: birds, Patrick Henry, Trivia
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What do automobile tires and Crayola Crayons have in common? And what famous book has one sentence 3,687 words long? Hear answers to those and other questions on the Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith. And have fun. (Photo: Jib Jab)
Topics: Crayola, Auto Tires, Trivia Podcast
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Why do decaf coffee pots have orange tops? And how many Kevin Costner baseball movies can you name? There are five. Hear answers to those and other questions on the Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith. And have FUN!!! (Photo: Jib Jab)
Topics: Decafe coffee, Kevin Costner, Baseball, Trivia Podcast
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If you want to commit the perfect murder, why is Yellowstone National Park the place to do it? And what are the seven natural wonders of the world? Hear answers to those and other questions on the Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith (Photo: JibJab)
Topics: Trivia, Yellowstone, Seven Wonders of the World
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What everyday food Items were once so exotic, that during the Roman Empire, only the very rich could afford them? And name the only males in the animal kingdom who get pregnancy and give birth. Hear the answers on the Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith (Photo: JibJab)
Topics: Trivia, Roman Empire, Pickles, Pregnancy
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How did an ad in the Wall Street Journal lead to the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls? And what does a fatal disease and a popular summer drink have in common? Hear answers to these and other questions on the Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith. (Photo: JibJab)
Topics: Podcast, Dead Sea Scrolls, Gin & Tonic, Trivia, Dead Sea Scrolls, Gin & Tonic
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What’s the most expensive movie ever made? And how did ladies’ underwear lead to the first hot air balloon? Hear answers to these and other questions on Random Facts Trivia on the Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith. (Photo: JibJab)
Topics: Hot air baloon, Movies, ladies' underwear, Trivia, Podcast
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Why did the U.S. Government once tell a Hollywood star to change her hair style? And where does your fat go when you exercise? Hear answers to those and other Infectious Trivia questions on the Off Ramp with Bob and Marcia Smith. 
Topics: U.S. Government, Hollywood, Hair style, Exercise, Fat
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What did the Catholic church invent in the 9th century, that Russian Communists were forced to use for more than 70 years? And if Americans could only eat one food - for the rest of their lives - what would it be? Enjoy a potpourri of trivia fun with Bob and Marcia Smith on the Off Ramp Podcast. (Photo: Jib Jab)
Topics: Trivia, Catholic, Russia, American diet
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What’s the one thing most people don’t know about the Guttenberg Bible? What’s the only letter in the alphabet that doesn’t appear in a U.S. state’s name. Hear Bob & Marcia laugh their masks off with trivia during week 11 of their COVID-19 quarantine.
Topics: Guttenberg Bible, Alphabet, U.S. States
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Why is the Poppy synonymous with Memorial Day? What car models have 1 million+ miles? And how did a measles epidemic give birth to telephone numbers? Hear "Trivia Unmasked," Bob & Marcia’s 10th week of Coronavirus trivia, on the Off Ramp.
Topics: Poppies, WWI, Automobiles, Famous Phrases
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It's our 9th week of Laughter-in-Place trivia. Join us and learn ... how an 1842 party led to surgery without pain, and the name of the movie CBS paid $35 million to air for the next 20 years. Its another Coronavirus Trivia show on the Off Ramp podcast.
Topics: Trivia, Surgery, Medicine, Movies
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What miracle drug of the 20 th century was a lab accident? And what future dictator asked for a tryout from a big-league U. S. baseball team? Listen to Stir Crazy Trivia with Bob & Marcia Smith on the Off Ramp.
Topics: Trivia, Penicillin, Lab Accident, Fidel Castro, Baseball, Stir Crazy
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Who was the 1st woman nominated by a major political party for U.S. President? And what’s STILL the world’s largest office building –- 80 years after it opened? Hear answers to those and other questions on another fun viral episode of the Off Ramp, with Bob and Marcia Smith.
Topics: President, Pentagon, Margaret Chase Smith, Viral, Trivia
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What was unusual about the last great Spanish explorer in North America? And how many brains – if any – does an Octopus have? Join Bob and Marcia Smith for their 6th week of Q&A fun with Coronavirus Trivia. On the Off Ramp.
Topics: Spain, Exploration, Octopus, Coronavirus, Trivia
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During WWII, what did the United States government remove from luxury department stores and place in defense plants? And how many pickles does the average American consume every year? Join Bob and Marcia Smith for their 5th week of Shelter-in-Place Trivia. On the Off Ramp.
Topics: WWII, Air Conditioning, Pickles, Trivia, Coronavirus, COVID-19
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What famous writer fought on BOTH sides of the Civil War? How much perspiration does the average person generate in 24-hours (Hint: it’s measured in pints!). Join Bob and Marcia Smith for another half hour of fun Q&A with Lockdown Trivia. On the Off Ramp.
Topics: Civil War, Authors, Perspiration, Lockdown, Coronavirus
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It’s our third week of Shut-in Trivia: Where did Hawaiian Pizza originate? (You’ll be surprised!) And what was the original meaning of a White Elephant gift? Hear answers to those and other questions as Bob and Marcia Smith “Question in Place” on The Off Ramp.
Topics: Shut-In, Hawaian Pizza, White Elephant, Trivia
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Another half-hour of fun Q&A: What great thinkers did some of their best work during a quarantine? And who came up with that word anyway? Hear answers to those and other questions as Bob and Marcia "Age in Place," on The Off Ramp
Topics: Quarantine, Trivia, History, Isaac Newton, Shakespeare
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As the nation self-isolates for the Coronavirus, Bob and Marcia have hunkered down with library books. Join them as they clown around with Book Trivia on The Off Ramp.
Topics: Author Trivia, Coronavirus, Books, Trivia, Authors, Literary Trivia, Book Trivia
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For Hank Williams Jr., being the namesake of the greatest legend in country music was a gradual torment that drove him to depression, the bottle, and attempted suicide. Learn how he overcame his demons to become a legend himself. On the Off Ramp with Bob Smith.
Topics: Hank Williams Jr., Country Music, Outlaw Music